A national organization has been issued a permit to demonstrate at the State Capitol building. An opposing group has threatened to turn out to disrupt the demonstration. Public safety officials are concerned that the demonstration may turn violent. What should they do?

Possible Answers:

  1. Forbid the opposing group from demonstrating
  2. Develop contingency plans to address the potentially violent situation
  3. Revoke the organization’s demonstration permit
  4. Activate the National Guard

The Correct Answer:

B. Suppose a national organization has been issued a permit to demonstrate at the State Capitol building. But an opposing group threatens to disrupt the demonstration; the public safety officials are concerned that the demonstration may turn violent. In that case, they should develop contingency plans to address the potentially violent situation.

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